National Roads Authority Ireland

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Online 14 June 2023 Joined since June 2023
Online 14 June 2023 Joined since June 2023

The National Roads Authority (NRA) is a leading organization that plays a vital role in the growth of the transportation industry while improving the quality of life and national economic competitiveness. Established as an independent statutory body under the Roads Act in 1993, the NRA is responsible for creating and maintaining a safe, cost-effective, and sustainable national road network.

As a statutory body, the NRA's primary function is to ensure the provision of an efficient and safe network of national roads. The authority oversees the planning, supervision of construction, management, and maintenance of national roads for the purpose of promoting strategic development. It possesses a general power to direct the road authority to guarantee compliance and adherence to specific policies and objectives.

The NRA's operations contribute significantly to the transportation industry's success, including the development of state-of-the-art technology and the improvement of infrastructure. The organization's efforts have also enhanced national competitiveness and the quality of life by connecting communities and facilitating economic growth through road networks' efficient flow.

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